It turns out Mario is a bit of a monster.
Some games were proper hard back in the 90s. Thankfully, the SNES mini has a useful gameplay rewind feature to help smooth our nostalgia trip.
It lets players rewind their gameplay to try difficult sections again or find items you missed.
According to Nintendo, the rewind time depends on the kind of game. In role-playing games such as Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, for example, you can go back a few minutes. In action-oriented games such as Super Mario World, you can go back around 40 seconds, which should be ideal for retrying small segments of tricky gameplay.
Last year speedrunner PangaeaPanga conquered Super Mario World while wearing a blindfold through the entire game. He blazed through it in an impressive 23 minutes and 14 seconds too.
Years after its release, I thought I'd seen everything you could do in SNES classic Super Mario World.
A real-life Daredevil bested Super Mario World while wearing a blindfold through the entire game.
You'd think after 23 years society would have mined a game as popular as Super Mario World of all its secrets, but you'd be wrong. YouTuber A+Start has detailed an incredibly obscure glitch discovered by his pal Masterjun3 that gives players a Lakitu cloud in the game's second stage that can be used to breeze through the title in record time.
The Ohio State University Marching Band delivered a stunning 10-minute tribute to video games during a half-time performance at the American football match between Ohio and Nebraska at the weekend.
1992 was the year Bill Clinton became US President, Charles and Di split and, on the 11th April, when Nintendo launched its new console in the UK. The Super Nintendo Entertainment System cost £150.